MR. WHITE: Okay. Let's go through what happened.
MR. PINK: Okay.
MR. WHITE: We're in the place. Everything's going fine. Then the alarm gets tripped.
MR. PINK: Right.
MR. WHITE: I turn around and all these cops are outside. You're right, because bam! I blinked my eyes, and they're there. Everybody starts going apes***—
MR. PINK: That's not correct.
MR. WHITE: What's wrong with it?
MR. PINK: OK. The cops did not show up as the alarm went off. The cops didn't show up until after Mr. Blonde started shooting everybody.
MR. WHITE: As soon as I heard the alarm - I saw the cops.
MR. PINK: Nah, man I'm telling you it wasn't that soon, okay. They didn't let their presence be known until after Mr. Blonde became a madman. All right. I'm not saying they weren't there. I'm saying they were there, but they didn't make their move until after Mr. Blonde started shooting everybody. I mean, that's how I know we were set up. Come on, Mr. White, I mean you could see that, can't you?
Because most of the action of the movie has already happened, the big questions lie in the past. Communication is important in figuring out what exactly happened, and how, and why. Just like in Orange's commode story, the details matter.